New article: Adaptive Clocking in AMD’s Steamroller

Article: Adaptive Clocking in AMD's Steamroller
By: Rob Thorpe (rthorpe.delete@this.robertthorpeconsulting.com), May 13, 2014 5:30 am
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> Probably, much less than the contribution of the clock distribution network.

I didn't know the clock distribution network was so bad. In that case it makes sense why they're not worried about adding a DLL with it's additional noise.

I agree with everything else you say.
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